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Pierce, the preying parnight that the C Never assurance." "much excepted. Rnndars gospelcamein " ' JSVEB ' was greater 'assurance" wrapped up in animated clay than in him, "PE.VROSB.Mtoi.ndB.ineMM..r. one piece of shut the people in and performed as he his Tbe Taberregular role of peripatetic beggar Yr.TKaDAT. d yesterday morning and evening. yester-ws crowded in every part to listened tlie speakers were interest. W' and attentionThe Utah Legislature. arked iU luz the combined choir, under Saturday, Jan. 17, 1874. Pugh, was fwSipcfProf-s- or Council. ZJnU and the Bolo, by Mr, trS Mr. gave notice that on Anthem, Jennings in the closing would introduce a bill he next tb in Monday county. choir the best ,h' leader, upo? ,he for "An Act defining the qualification of place; and the mode of selecting and summonthat has .t wrotement with ing grand and petit jurors." 'was delighted present Mr. Caine gave notice that on Monday . loaaic- the he would introduce a bill for An Act Trl?v IVanled! cash. for wanted ooacerning fraudulent conveyances and j rrlev contracts. rt IIocss. to whora was referred The committee '. was duly dedicated yester-!act authorizing county asin the morn- - the bill for an Mr Stratum preached to assess and coland collectors in tbe even" sessors and Mr. Pi"8 taxes school all levied under the !"& assem-- 5 lect A very large congregation of the laws returned the bill Territory, of each Before the termination reoommended on and that lie the table it were closed at the nice the doors called till for; report adopted. and each individOn motion of Mr. Partridge, the Comfor importuned ual present personally mittee on Judiciary was instructed to of the indebtedness on the BOneytopay consider the propriety of presenting a most shameless begging, building. The and bill providing and arranging for compilCounting to downright impudence ing the laws of the Territory, and also tort.on,wasres3rtedto, and expres-A- such laws of Congress as are applicable are of disgust at the proceedings to the Territory, with index, marginal on the street the chief topics etc. learn that Mr. Long, notes, to We are pleased The bill for an act providing for the was not responsible the local minister, election of probate judges, and county proceedings. the unseemly for assessors and collectors, was taken up on its second reading. Amended and referred back to the committee, with inAdTerliseiiient. structions to reconstruct, v Assurance. f ii HE son, told the people last :rituia,e En-jui- , rch VlTHowsTCAUECH.-ThenewMetho-Jciiu- ill! aaj NG, Per tea ni NT, - Next Tuesday evening, Lecttjm. before G. G. Bywa'.er will lecture Mr. Association, Men's Literary the Young sub-jes- t' Ceioham Citt, at the City Hall, on the interesting Jan., 18th, 1874. handles of Geology. Mr. Bywater The City Brigham boys, under the and this subject in a masterly;manner, direction of Judge T. Smith and Bishop Admis house. full we eipect to see a Nichols, have been working on the U. N. R. It. line for the last four days, which sion free. Utah Xortltcrn. has in the track being extended two miles beyond Brigharn station. We Chkek. The champion cheekist of will soon connect with the track from Utah ie "Poverty Pierce," who wanted your way, and ride on our own line to A. C. I watch on his last visit to Ogden, and Ogden. He declared he $1,500 yesterday. wouldn't take "no" for an answer, and Fighting a Tiger. mithtd eye the effects of An exchange tells the following his canting tones, as he preyed for tbe PI ioWut. We are rejoiced to leut tilt Mr. F. A. Shiells, who has ferniKj days been suffering from a sere indisposition, is now in a fair way Co5T.iiscent. m of I recovery. His numerous friends him out at an early day. early lope to see Supped. order, while NT. Mr. Jas. Taylor, City Recriding to town this morni- near meeting with a serious injury. One of the feet of his horse was caught in a hole which caused it to trip ml fall. Mr. Taylor jumped off the addle, but slipped and fell, receiving ng, came tai SITS.' tO. light bruises. Laxcinq.A painful surgical opera tion was successfully performed upon Mr. Amoe Stone, of Mound Fort, yester-by Dr. Nellis, and the patient is H progressing favorably. 1 1 suggestive story : A young man who had fallen into possession of a large fortune was a visitant pf Morrisey's rooms, lie had last some small sums, but one night he ha 1 gained some $15,000. He thought it a good opportunity to badgor Morrisey, so as he left the house he said in a familiar way, "Well, John, old fellow, I got you and slapping his hand on his pocket, he continued, "Fifteen thousand, old boy, how is that for high!" "Ah," replied John, slowly emitting a mouthful of 6moke, and cocking his head to one side, "I congratulate you; hope you will come again to win some more." "Oh! yes, I'll come again, you b t. I mean to break you." "All right," said John, and the young man departed. He did come again, but John was never broken. The young man is now shoveling coal at the nail factory for 9.50 per week. hws Woiks. Messrs. I. E. Brown, "d Meredith, the furnace builder, have An Iowa widow wouldn't sell 2,300 been engaged during the day in survey-th- e pounds of wool during the war as she ground upon which the iron wanted $2 per pound, and she has it in the barn yet. nrks are to be constructed, and sound-the depths of the river, preliminary to the Everything else is insured why early commencement of the work'. not fidelity and trustworthiness? In 13oston a company will be BiSAWAY.-Mr. Canfield's team, this established, provided the Legislature owning thought they would repeat the grants a charter for the purpose of they so successfully tried last guaranteeing the pecuniary responsik. While he was waiting for the' bility and honesty of persons occupyof trust. Should the they cut loose from the pole to ing positions Mch it will be a great succeed, they were tied, and darted enterprise up the relief to gentlemen of property who towards Main, but were stopped Wore they went are bored to become bondsmen, and far. who say "Yes" when they should say joint-stoc- Mhootisq Match. , "No." A shooting match A child 13 years old was almost in this city, between buried alive in St. Joseph recently. Joseph Wright and Ephraim nj. The following score has been She told her mother that her dead nded to us: sister had appeared to her, and while thus talking, she 6ank away as in Jjjjht, 1100001 0 1 1 Total5. 5k place y death. the hearse with the 7. coffin was on its way to the grave, stakes consisted of a quarter of ' from aich we hope Jenkins and a cry was heard which the mother , believed came from the child. The 2" fr'ei will obtain tender tteak, Jeakms.llioiolllO to s.n ! and the child She was taken home, and recovered her strength conspired rapidly. was opened, found to be alive. satisfy them. elemenU uuurday evening to prevent a large from T(W assembling at the theatre. &UdieBCe- 11 - WM pre8eBt and '" ' from fie'ary ' a A t ' , ,e Perteet, who was hung for the Wisconsin. CHEAP COAL SEW YEARS GIFT. Of A Superior Quality AT TOS BY THE The Cheap Transportation Convention. WALLACE'S H. Establishment, Confectionery APPLY TO XV. Washington, 17. The cheap transportation convention adopted the report of tbe committee on railroads. It declares that relief must come from legislation, by which our system of railroads can be regulated and improved by competiiion, which will completely carry out ihe reform which legislslion muet inaugurate. It recommends a national law providing for a tureau of commerce and transportation, and see that members of the association shall endeavor to obtain the passage of certain laws iu their respective States, including a law prohibiting all railway companies from making unjust and excessive discriminations against places which were not competing points, and a law obliging all ruilwHy companies to transport cars of other companies or of individuals for just and impartial compensation, with the same dispatch as for cars belonging exclusively to said roads and companies. Josiah Quiucy was elected president, with a vice president from each State, and R. H. Gerguson, secretary. The next session will be held in Richmond at a time te be fixed by the executive committee. Milwaukie, 17. On the 6th of December, Hob Turner of l'otesi, Grant county, Wisconsin, was arrested for the murder of his brother Albert. The inquest, which has just been concluded, reveals a blood-thirsdepravity, rival'ng that of the Bender family. The murdered man was killed with an axe, the head being nearly severed from his body as he was coming out of a mineral hoie, in which he was at work. lie fell back speechless and never moved more. Tbe murderer then culled to another brother numed Newton, who was in an adjoining shaft, to come, and Newton commenced to climb, but on reacning tbe surface be perceived the body of the murdered Albert, aul was about to run when Bob seized him, and, ihowing him the bloody axe, threatened to kill him instantly uuless he swore to assist in putting the body away, and to preserve silence; this Newton assented to, but on the first opportunity he escaped to l'otosi where he gave tbe alar ji, and the murderer fled to Lancaster. He was pursued, arrested, and lodged in prison, where he soon attempted the life of his keeper. Tbe second murder, which has just come to light, is that of Olney Neeley, a youth of ttie town of Ellenboro. At the time of this murder Bob Turner was cutting hoops for Mr. Bell. On Tuesday, Dec. 2od, Ihe boy Neeley started out from Bell's to visit his mother, whe resides at New California. His road lay through the timber where Turner was at work. That whs the last seen of young Neeley until the 9tb f January. The people residing in the neighborhood having heard of Turner's murderous propensity, and knowing that young Neeley bad to pass near where he was at work, turned out on Friday last to hunt tor his remains; eight men started from Bell's and searched the ground on each side of the road. When they arrived upon the premises where Turner had bees chopping, they found the body, which lay as it had fallen six weeks before. The indications show that Turner had commenced to cut down a sapling,' having struck two blows on the left side and one on the right; the second blow evidently was the one that killed the boy, the position in which the body lay and the course the blow from the axe had taken both indicated it. The boy's head was nearly cut frqm the body, only hanging by a small piece of skin en the back of the neck, the axe having gone clear through tire neck. When found young Neeley had a paper parcel under his arm, just as be was carrying it. Tbe body was taken care of, and a jury empaneled to hold an inquest, and tbe verdict was that Olney Neeley, aged 14 years, came to his death by a blow from an axe in tbe hands of Robert Turner. Several other mysterious murders having taken place in localities where Turner had been Been, Marshal Bennett visited the prisoner, and asked him to confess if He had any hand in them. lie finally confessed that he remembered killing two men, one a stranger whom he had encountered in a deep ravine back of the Poor Farm, and he thereupon attacked and murdered him, hiding his body; and the other, a man he met on the road to Muscada, where he was going to get work. He says that the latter made threatening gestures, and ho was going to take his life, so he closed with him, and with a four pound weight which he carried in his pocket, struck him two blows over the eye, smashing in He the skull and killing him instantly. dragged tbe body into the bushes, and secreted it there. Now that he has confessed, he delights to talk of the many persons he has killed, and he gloats over the skill with which.be has concealed their bodies, declaring that nobody can find them but himself, and that if they were together there would be nearly forty of them. OR CAR LOAD. LYLE, FIRST SOUTH STREET, - OK TO to-da- H. S. BLANC ETT fit CO., I. Warehouse, Ogden. Z. C. M. Salt Luko City, U. P. Stock Track, There is the choicest stock of Fhncy Confectiea- ry in the Territory. All cheap for the lluhdays. JUST CALL AND SEE HIS WINDOW. UriSOLSTEllY. TALLOW AND GREASE. ALL ITS BRANCHES. CARRIED ON BY IN the Biilwcrilwr. Workshop over the Post fflce. Kntrnuue by the alley Uitweeo C. Wood ansee't and the Pout OBic THOMAS WILSON. Sept. 3rd. 1873. ' THE tllarro 8Ucce8s was produced acting, aside mEes more than eatis-ric- b appropriate and etme. ceremonies - """?,V1""688'6interesting. tf htnJltg most t For Kough or Rendered Tallow, STALE BUTTER, at Aad all other kinds of Grease, ALBERT CRAY. AT TUB HON TON SALOON, neat fitted rlvit on's T. XI. SOAP FACTORY, AdjoiniDg Mill 19th Ward. l'ugsles New-Jerusa- think so. Private Iloom for Company. TO HI No-to- - 33x1.11 dlTig OGDEN, - UTAH. JUST RECEIVED. The Best aiid Cheapest Imported Furniture ever oHured in this city, AND JOHN BOYLE. GROCERY. FAMILY INSPECT. a Lunch from 10 cU. to 60 cts. The tery best Ales, Toners and Cigars. NOTICE. MRCiUXDISE THE JOSEPH C. GRAHAM, Fifth Street, - - Ogdeu. INVITF.8 AD ORDERS PARPE & BOESSEL. KKW AND TO UI8 ATTK5TIOS of GROCERIES ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1st, 1674, PR0V1SI0XS, CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. Iaeued by Mercantile Institution, its received only In Will be FASHIONABLE DRESS-MAKIN- W. II. HOOPER, Supt. - Ogden. PREPARED TO UNDERTAKE ALL KINDS FASHIONARLE RECEPTION AJID COALVILLE COAL. - $ 9.50. - 10.00. 7.60. 8.00. Keep Warm by Gettiog flood Clean Coal. JEWELRY, PLATED 0 SILVER WARE; CUTLERY, SPECTACLES. KEEDLE-WOR- L. J. UP ROOMS STAIRS Guns, Pistols, IIOLTHER, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, Fifth Strkt, Oodeh, Main Street. Block West Half a of YARD AT U. P. FREIGHT DEPOT. Good Workmanship Guaranteed. Cloth Orders left at Douglass' Meat Market will be ing Cleaned ana Kepaired. promptly filled. 183-l- JOIIX PIKCOCK. d"6-3- "Watches, Clocks, for ladies and children. ROCK SPItllVG Rock Spring, Delivered, Coalville, . Delivered - Fifth Street, 18 YES!! 0 YES!! JIAIX &TREET, OCDEX G. MRS. Git All AM, RETAIL DEPARTMENTS. O t JEWELERS, WATCHMAKERS ZION'S C0 0PE1LVTIYE AND ' .Ammunition. Repairing Xeatly Executed. NEEDLE CARTRIDGES. GUN CHOICE TOBACCOrTni CIOARi MIDWIFE ' J dT-- l PHYSICIAN. AND J block! Eait of the Tabernacle, - OODEX, In RTa ranetj. MRS. McCLTJSICY, :' PRO BONO PUBLICO J UTAH. GEORGE W. TURNER, (Late C. B. McGregor Co.), TOAXO A"D CHERRY CREEK - - , Ogden. - Fifth Street, Books, Periodicals, Mag- QTAGE IjINIU, l--H azines, ricturcs, Albums, Stationery, &c. HAVE POT ONANKTf rIE UNDERSIGNED of tttages which will hereafter be CIGARS AM) TOBACCO. Wall I'apert of tin Best Pattern!. RUN - Snlncripttons taken for all tbe Paper of tbe day Local, Eastern and Woatern. jjyCash paid for Eggs and Chickens STOP Leave Charry ' days. TEN CENTS MAILED TO ME, I FOR send you a receipt, telling bow yon can cure your cough within 48 hours alter following my prescription, which is simple and will not cost you anything foe medicine, as it will show you that you have the remedy within reach of your J. A. JON KB own homes. dGl-2Box 79, Ogden City, t'tab. 2 s T. E. BROWN, M. D. OHIce respeotfully Creek Wednesday, and , fataf' Stage make cIoe connection, at Cherry Creek with l'ioche, Hamilton aad tur.k.BUges, r ACCOMMODATIONS. S & AND OBSTETRICIAN TiHTSICIAN.StrRGKON X Alumnus of University of V'a., Graduate of Richmond Medical College, Va., Resident I'hysi. ciftn and Surgeon to College Uospital; Fellow of Y a. Medical Society. After a number of years practical acquaintance with tho Diseases of the Eastern and Western States and Territories has located permanently at Orden Citv. and promises first class service, upon tbe latest and most improved methods of Allo pathic Treatment In all departments oi The patronage of the public i solicited. places, Time, Through in 21 Hours. FIRST-CLAS- Surgery and Mid wifery. Is alor. Lear. Toauo Mondays and Thunders. THAT COUGH Medicine, Y SEMI-WEEKL- between Ihe dtS3m FARE, 815. H S3 o MOM ITT A GOSSETT. C Proprietors to ft fid ew F. F. MARX, e e LU MITCHELL, Agent, Toano, Agent, Cherry Creek. d3m and Residence, Main Street. tf O E. P. BROWN. NEW 8 General Produce H A5D O , COMMISSION 5 LUMBER Shipping a M Corner Wall and Sixth Street, ft OGDEN, P. FREIGHT DEPOT. MERCHANT! Specialty. . FIFTH STREET, P.O .Box 9i. OGDEN, UTAH. dl7-t- YARD, ui Cyclopaedia. SEW EEYISED EDITION, Agent for KortherB CUi. FURNITURE CALL d Also a , le I TOOK .r Salt Lake City. np a LUNCH STAND, LOOK HERE. OYCLOPiEDIA. BKUOTED DM KXTCWT1 SEW GOODS, CASH Oil SOAP, LUNCHEON. I'.na TRICK WILL BE MARKET HIGHEST in 2 tVio U the test miirdfir of Ilia nriCa of .Tr.ilo Entirely 19th ult., was hopeful as well as poetical in his last dying speech and rr ..4 i r uuuiussion. beginning July, 1873. xie eaia : "i snail die Will be liwned without fear. Death has ceased to Cuuiplvte in IB Tul,of b'JU pageeacb. be terrible, I believe I shall meet my SOLD ONLY BY SUBSCRIPTION, wife in glory, and that we shall walk A chance for the million to buy a complete the streets of the m lilimry wittiontfeeling ilie cot. A onrinn of tn a day buys the complete et. how U the with the same love intensified that cents to subscribe. time we have walked the streets of Chi- For all Information, Addrets, cago." He added : "To the minisROET. II. VAN RENSSELAER, try I feel grateful." We should Ogden, H AJ EAST SIDE 3IA1X STREET, ty APPtETOH'S AMERICAN JOHN BOYLE (194-Sr- a H n P4 4 3 f 3 O a e c e NEW RESTAURANT. The Orleans Chop House! WHITE PIIfE iAiinber, s at 0 SEAR U. , - performance, considering ," conduct of the hoodlum hlcb-- was out in force, includ- - ,1, While coffin lMt"AmThe ived Horrible Murder in ,ivd nTot IS, BY TELEGRAPH. O and Shingles, of the best quality, on Hnml In Always Quantities. Largo The Cheapest in Town. FIFTH St., OGDEN. FIRST-CLAS- Tobacco. dM-S- m MEALS AT ALL HOURS Oysters in every style. Cigars and Bread. Cakes, Fie., etc, C. K. 6 HARNETT, frop'r. J. II. 8T1.N0 EU, gnp't I I s CALL AND SEE. I M 1 SMtf W. V. TTILUAXS.